The beauty of this book begins with the honest, gritty, yet emotional truth in each page, and I have two aims. Firstly, to display the story of cancer. How it affects everyone, what happens, and how your life changes. Second: If I can help anyone who feels as alone as I did when all odds were against us, then it was worth it.
“I don’t claim to be special, or unique. I do claim to be observant, descriptive, and open as a person. It is the normality that will make this story approachable; the similarities of being a member of society that creates the feeling of a connection. This could happen to anyone.”
IN THE PRESS
For someone who went through the same situation, I would have needed that book 3 years ago. It helped me a lot to understand the past.
Totally worth the buy.
Hand in the Dark review: An emotionally stunning journey into dealing with cancer.
Cullum Crumlish, EXPRESS
Born in ’93, Owen grew up in Chelmsford, England.
The notable creative intuition stemmed from his parents introducing the world of music at age 10, with his first electric guitar.
An endless level of curiosity into the arts evolved over the next 17 years, culminating into the projects seen today.
Alongside a decade of touring and working in bands, recording albums in studios, and selling music online through Spotify and iTunes, Owen also holds experience within the UK Army (CAMUS) and Royal Military Music School as a guitarist.
Whilst presently working at a media company in Germany, Owen also holds several degrees in the arts:
- BA Hons in Music Education
- University of Edinburgh: Fundamentals in Music Theory
- BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Music Technology